Colion Noir warns that if the ATF’s ammunition ban were to happen, it would set a dangerous precedent that would make all ammunition fair game.
This week we meet NRA News Commentator Colion Noir, who changed his mind about the gun debate in his early 20s and has become one of the leading young voices in the shooting world.
We meet up with the folks at Orange County Choppers and learn of the custom NRA bike they built that will be auctioned at the 2015 NRA Annual Meetings in Nashville…
NRA News Commentator Colion Noir asks how can you watch a group of men shoot 12 people with AK-47s in a gun-control utopia and still want to relegate self-defense to a seven-round pistol?
Colion Noir says the truth about Washington state’s universal background check measure will set gun owners free.
Rob Pincus practices concealed draw from a vehicle with Colion, and LaSorte perseveres through his injury during the NOIR Challenge.
In NOIR Episode 14 “Born on the 4th of July” Colion and LaSorte are in awe of John Wayne Walding’s accomplishments and story.
The zombies may be fake, but NOIR Episode 13 “The 5-Minute Zombie Apocalypse” brings out the creative possibilities when building a freestyle field.
In NOIR Episode 12 “Pregame is THE Game” LaSorte and Colion highlight some of the pre-range routines they’ve come across.
Colion and LaSorte put Branch Warren to the test in NOIR Episode 11 “NOIR’s Strongest Man.”
Ray Rice gets treated like a non-violent offender for beating his fiance while Shaneen Allens gets treated like a violent criminal for making an honest mistake…
Colion Noir claims New Jersey’s gun laws do nothing more than turn good people into criminals.
In NOIR Episode 10 “I’m Seeing Double,” LaSorte takes his transformation into the shooter athlete a little too seriously.
Stuck in his tactical ways, LaSorte struggles to comprehend the idea of athletic shooting…
Colion Noir examines the high rate of violent crime that is terrorizing Chicago and the need for action to help neutralize it.
In NOIR Episode 8 “Protecting Means Celebrating,” Colion and Amy discuss why it’s important to protect our rights earned during the founding of our country.
In NOIR Episode 7 “Our Responsibility” Colion and Amy discuss the responsibilities of gun ownership in self-defense and recreation.
Colion Noir explains that having guns and carrying guns doesn’t equate to daily, all-encompassing gun thoughts.
Colion Noir explores the car analogy and why guns are not inherently evil based on design.
In NOIR Episode 6, Colion and Amy discuss the lack of mainstream gun celebrities and dream big for their ultimate “Gun Fest.”
In NOIR Episode 5 “Respect the Heritage” Colion and Amy honor the evolution of guns and their impact as the “lifeblood of our country.”
Colion Noir talks about the importance of gun owners speaking up for themselves.
Colion and Amy discuss music, shooting activities outside of the range, and the meaning behind owning certain guns to prove shooting is an experience.
Colion Noir explains why a gun registry is not as innocuous as anti-gunners try to make it sound.
Colion and Amy open up about how they became gun owners, and address the misconceptions about the “gun world.”
Colion Noir examines the cowardly mass shooter mentality and the need to be a “big fish in a small pond.”
Colion and Amy address some criticism the show’s first episode received from the mainstream media and discuss the ideal experience when shopping for a gun.
Colion Noir breaks down the common misconception that gun owners are essentially a ticking time bomb.
NRA Freestyle and Mossberg are proud to present the first episode of NOIR–a talk show where host Colion Noir and co-host Amy Robbins dive into all things style, firearms pop culture and more.
Colion Noir breaks down the ambiguous ‘fear mongering’ accusation that undermines real world perspective.
Colion Noir reminds viewers that being pro-gun doesn’t mean you’re taking an extreme view on other social and political issues.
Colion Noir and Dom Raso question recent news concerning international relations with China and explain the importance of prioritizing domestic issues and freedom.
Colion Noir examines cultural progress and civil rights in the time since Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
In the political world, gun safety doesn’t mean what you think.
Colion Noir journeys into anti-gun hypothetical land, where everything works perfectly as planned.
Colion Noir just checked the Constitution and still can’t find “The Right To Feel Safe.”